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Brazil's president keeps job as congress votes against corruption charges
Lawmakers overwhelmingly oppose charges for Michel Temer despite broad popular support, as observers condemn ‘bankruptcy of political system’
Articles: 3 (Rank: 26)
Tonality: -9.0
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Comments: 0
Tonality: 0.0
  • Rousseff denounced her impeachment as a coup and accused Temer, her former vice-president, of conspiring to usurp her.
  • That aide, Rodrigo Rocha Loures, was later recorded intervening with an antitrust organ in a business dispute and filmed furtively exiting a São Paulo pizzeria with more than $150,000 in a suitcase.
  • An enormous graft scheme at the state-run oil company Petrobras was first unveiled in 2014 and enveloped members of Rousseff’s Workers’ party and its congressional allies.
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Brazil's president set to hold on to power despite corruption allegations

Numbers appeared to be on Michel Temer’s side in a key vote by the lower chamber of congress on whether to suspend him, despite 5% approval rating

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Published: 2. 8. 2017 21:57:54

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 7

Brazil prepares to vote on removing second president in a year

Brazil’s congress will vote on corruption charges against Michel Temer, who has been plagued by scandal following Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment

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Published: 1. 8. 2017 23:00:17

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 13

Brazil's president keeps job as congress votes against corruption charges

Lawmakers overwhelmingly oppose charges for Michel Temer despite broad popular support, as observers condemn ‘bankruptcy of political system’

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Published: 3. 8. 2017 23:00:28

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 8